Do you know the myocastor and kangaroos of Saint Nectaire ? Discover the petting zoo * Boissières, ideal for children wanting to pet and feed the animals.
For more than 25 years near a pond between the farm and Murol Saint Nectaire is dedicated to the kangaroo and myocastor or rather Coons. The first is from Australia over there we call the Wallaby, it feeds on plants, but when we talk about it all we think on the small pocket in the abdomen of her mother. The second he comes from South America, close cousin of the beaver is also herbivore but also feeds on seeds. The Coon swarming him in France and some may view as an undesirable…
The tour guide with hearing
More 7000 visitors per year farm presents to the public some animals from distant lands. The adventure begins 1983 with early just myocastor, 9 years later kangaroos arrive at the farm, new attraction but also new challenges with llamas and ponies.
Discover for about 1 time the farm animals, you can feed them with treats that are sold on site : Pain, Carrot… Children will be able to feed the residents of livestock but also caress safely.
Explanatory panels to read about the lives of these animals, you will also find audio racks to facilitate your walk.
Date and time of opening
- February, March, April, June, September, Halloween and Christmas (during the holidays) : Open from 15h to 17h30.
- July, August : 7j / 7 de 10h30 à 11h30 et de 14h30 à 18h30.
- The rest of the year tours are by reservation only for groups
- Adult Price : 6,80€
- Child price (-11 years) :5,60€
- Free for children under 5 years
- Group rate (20 people minimum) : 4,50€
The methods of payment accepted are :
- Letter of Credit
- Holiday vouchers
Access and map contacts
- Address : Marie Christine and Dominique Sabatier, Boissière, 63710 Saint-Nectaire
- Phone number : 04 73 88 66 81
- N° fax : 04 73 88 61 38
- website : http://dps7.free.fr/
Keep track of your visit to the farm myocastor / coons / kangaroos, photos and videos are allowed, immortalise the meeting of your children and pets…
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